Except in cases where by statute the age of 21 years is substituted for a greater age1:
(1) a direction that an unborn devisee or alienee is not to be entitled to possession of his estate until either attaining a certain age greater than 21 or other remote event; or
(2) a condition making a gift to an individual or class dependent upon the attaining of such an age or upon the happening of such an event,
may constitute a condition precedent to the vesting of the estate, and render the limitation void under the rule against perpetuities2.
Such a direction
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